Welcome back for the third season of the Into the Sin Bin interview series!
We kick off season three with a bang, interviewing a member of the Broad Street Bullies teams from the mid-1970s in Philadelphia.
Bill Clement won two Stanley Cups in the City of Brotherly Love, played in two NHL All-Star Games, and the second Captain in Washington Capitals history. In his 11-plus year NHL career, Clement skated in 719 regular-season games and compiled 356 points.
After his playing days were over, Clement moved behind the mic and became the lead analyst for ESPN and SportsChannel, calling at least one Stanley Cup Final game from 1986-2004. In addition, he served as an analyst for the Men’s and Women’s Olympic Ice Hockey tournaments in 2002, and called table tennis, badminton, and the pentathlon in the 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympic Games.
Now, he is a color analyst for Philadelphia Flyers games on Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia, is a critically acclaimed speaker and the author of “EveryDay Leader: Crossing Gorges on Tightropes to Success”
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